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crowley does the same show coming up behind you. what do you think about all of this? >> well, number one, i would say, bill, there is a feud. i mean, i think, you know, you and limbaugh, both of you are friends of mine. so i -- in this position where i think when you said they have to do more than bible thump, i don't think you really needed to say that right? i think you could say. >> bill: number one. >> let me finish. >> bill: no, no. we are going to get very specific because i told you. >> i will get specific if you let me talk i will get specific. can i finish my sentence. >> bill: no because you made two statements that are a r. fallacious and i will defend them. i have never talked to limbaugh. i never said anything about limbaugh. >> i'm talking about the feud about the issue. the issue. >> bill: no feud on my part. i don't care what he says. he can say whatever he finish. >> bill: no, no. no and thump the bible. >> okay. >> bill: thump the bible. i will give you your time. you just keep it. >> i adore you. i'm just trying to make pint. >> bill: i will let you make the point. >>
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crowley starts right now. >>> the boston bombing case turns the corner from the hot pursuit of suspects to the deliberative pursuit of answers. today, investigators dig for the details behind the chaos while boston fires it up and begins moving on. boston strong with massachusetts senator mo cowan. and then new details amid concerns feds missed an early warning about one of the suspects. a conversation with the chairman of the house security committee michael mike mccaul. lindsey gram and chuck schumer with the difference on between a terrorist and criminal and whether boston changes the immigration debate. and when the unimaginable becomes real. >> why did young men who grew up and studied here as part of our communities and our country resort to such violence? how did they plan and carry out these attacks? and did they receive any help? >> our all-star panel on what we know about the suspects and what it tells us about their mission. i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." federal terrorism charges could be filed as early as today against the second boston marathon bombing su
should determine wages in america? fairness? what i need? or the marketplace? monica crowley, charles payne, you can bet they've got an opinion. they're next. ♪ @ >> a half million members stand with you today and tomorrow and the next day and next week, for as long as it takes to get you fair treatment and dignity and fair wages and treat you like human beings. you work hard, you the country, you deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. stuart: that was richard trumka, a top labor guy supporting fast food workers during a walkout yesterday. hundreds of workers demanding higher wages for low paying job. i happen to know at least some of them were bused in, i know that. they want $15 an hour, nearly double the minimum wage. okay. here is my point, you don't set wages in america by what you need or what you think is fair or what you demand. deset wages by the supply-demand for the skill that you bring to the table. am i so wrong, monica? >> that's the way that america is supposed to work in a free market system. it's what the market will bear, based on what you bring to t
, everybody. stuart: yes, sir. now, also with me this morning here in new york, monica crowley. i want to establish monica's credentials before we go any further. you've got a ph.d. in security, security, national security, you are an expert on russia and on chechnya, is that correct? >> yes. stuart: now, these two terrorists have been identified as brothers who were born and raised in chechnya. as i understand it, they were involved in a brutal war with russia 20 years ago, right about the time when these youngsters were born and it was brutal indeed, correct? >> yes, actually two separate wars, one fwr 1994 to 1996 called the first chechen war and chechnya is considered a break away from russia, trying to separate. when the wall came down and chechnya saw an interest in breaking apart from russia. russian tanks rolled in and he cracked down and brought chechnya back. second chechen war, 1999 same thing they tried to break away, russians cracked down. and since then, putin in particular has been obsessed with keeping them in the fold and the russians control chechnya right now. obviou
worried should we all be? joining me is pj crowley, former assistant secretary of state under president obama and also a professor at george washington university. pj crowley, are we heading to any kind of nuclear conflict with north korea here? >> i really don't think so. the bottom line is, north korea is crazy but they're not suicidal. the kim family business, they want that to continue. the kim family reign, they want to continue. so they'll make a lot of noise. but i don't think that they're going to jump off the cliff. >> we're seeing that the u.s. has been sending a missile defense system to guam. clearly some military activity. at what point should the united states consider some kind of military attack, all be it from a defensist standpoint if we can't put up with these saber rattling threats any longer? >> we need to be careful there. the last time the united states went across the 38th parallel during the korean war it didn't work well for us. china didn't particularly like that action. i mean, really, if we thought they really were at the point where they were going to fire
, connecticut tomorrow. candy crowley will be here to discuss what the president is trying to do to keep his promise to the victims of the newtown massacre. hello! how sharp is your business security? can it help protect your people and property, while keeping out threats to your operations? it's not working! yes it is. welcome to tyco integrated security. with world-class monitoring centers and thousands of qualified technicians. we've got a personal passion to help your business run safer, smarter, and sharper. we are tyco integrated security. and we are sharper. >>> this week president obama heads to connecticut trying to make good on a promise he made to the victim of the newtown shooting there. earlier i spoke to our candy crowley about what's at stake and what lies ahead. okay, candy, so the president heads to connecticut this week. he's hoping that programs connecticut's new gun laws will help him promote tougher national gun legislation? >> he's keeping the pressure up. and it is incumbent upon him to do it because he promised the families of newtown and other families of victims of
>> and that will do it for me. thanks for watching. "state of the union" with candy crowley starts now. >>> ready, aim, so far, but no fire. today, the u.s. warns of consequences if north korea turns its talk into action. >> and kim jong-un needs to understand, as i think he probably does, what the outcome of the conflict would be. >> the threat from pyongyang, a show of force or a sideshow farce? arizona senator john mccain gives us his take. and a compromise on background checks for gun sales means nobody's happy. >> not necessarily as strong as many of us might have preferred. >> the government should not punish or harass law apieding citizens in the exercise of their second amendment rights. >> democrat joe manchin of west virginia, republican pat toomey on the deal nobody loves but might embrace. and one of the republicans' promising faces is all in, marco rubio on whether he can coax into supporting immigration reform. and the politics of tragedy, a 2016 republican reaching out beyond the party base and the president's budget, does he want a grand compromise or a big midterm
11:00 a.m. eastern for another critical look at the media. state of the union with candy crowley begins now. >> ready, aim but so far no fire. today, the u.s. warns of consequences if north korea turns its talk in to action. >> and kim jong-un needs to understand, as i think he probably does, what the outcome of the conflict would be. >> the threat from pyongyang, a show of force or a sideshow farce? arizona senator john mccain gives us his take. and what next conciliation, negotiation or retaliation? we will ask our experts. joe manchin of west virginia, democrat, republican pat toomey of pennsylvania on the deal that nobody loves but enough people might embrace and one promising new face is all in. florida's marco rubio on whether he can coax fellow conservatives in to supporting immigration reform. i'm candy crowley. and this is state of union. secretary kerry met with japanese leaders and urged north korea to bring their nuclear rhetoric to a peaceful end. >> hopefully north korea will hear our words and recognize that for the future of its people and for the future stability
secretary of state and professor at george washington university, professor pj crowley. professor, thank you for joining us. >> hello. >> pj as we talk about the legacy of the obama doctrine, vis-a-vis our war on terrorists drones. the attacks were motivated to do what they did by the wars in iraq and afghanistan. i'll quote a little bit from that story. the 19-year-old suspect in the boston marathon bombings has told interrogators that the american wars in iraq and afghanistan, motivated he and his brother to carry out the attack. what do you make of that, pj? >> i'm not surprised at all that has been a motivator for jihadists around the world, particularly the u.s. invasion of iraq in 2003. so this just continues a theme, and it's not even unique to the united states. faisal shazad, the times square bomber, said he was motivated by the ongoing drone campaign in pakistan. >> wes, as someone who has seen combat, we're having our first hearing on drone strikes, which is interesting given how long we've been using them as a terrorism measure. generally stanley mcchrystal told "reuters," the re
. state of the union with candy crowley begins right now. >>. >>> connecting dots in boston, laying blame in washington. today, the inevitable aftermath of terrorism, the would have, could have, should have. >> did we miss something? did we have the coordination we needed? >> piecing together what happened with the top democrat on the house intelligence committee adam schiff and dan coats, a republican member of the senate intelligence panel. and red flags rising, russia's repeated warnings to the u.s. about tamerlan tsarnaev, too little information or not enough listening? former under secretary of state and russian expert nicholas burns and former secretary of homeland security michael chertoff look at all the angles. then -- >> was there really this stove piping? i think that's an issue that needs to be explored. >> i think those individuals who are critical of the fbi, they were wrong. >> investigating the investigators with our panel, representatives bennie thompson, marsha blackburn, debbie wasserman schultz and jason chaffetz. plus, kicking back after a rough couple of weeks, the p
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. >> thank you. >> president nun, akers, hyde. i'm with the f x crowley company. i'm here to support the america's cup park at pier 27 and 29. for the past 20 years i have worked with theatrical stage employees of local 16 and have been impressed with their commitment to work collaboratively with the neighbors and community they serve. live nation leave no stone unturn and effort to leave all sites and combination and ensure every possible event at every level. where they reached out for over 4 years to get an agreement with the neighbors. the proposed pavilion means more jobs and tax revenue for our city and for san francisco residents like myself to participate in these events and enjoy world class entertainment in a spectacular world front venue that is our home at the james r herman terminal. i urge to you support this issue and allow this application at the america's cup park at pier 27 and 29. thank you for your time. >> president, commissioners, my name is anthony phillips. we have an opportunity in san francisco to create a premier destination of music venue on a temporary b
a tour of the port. especially with meritime and saying that i want to thank f x crowley, the commissioner and he also saw a need with that and want to thank president wu hau, and i think this is important and meritime is really important to me and i think this trip helped to take us to the next level, but as i said we have to follow-up. thank you. >> concludes my report. >> just a public comment? i just had a comment. what are the other restaurants that michael has in napa? do you know? >> he has napa style which i understand is not only the tv show but also the name of a store that he has that does -- so you know that one. he also has botega, and napa style are the three properties he owns plus the winery. >> you also attended a cruise industry conference. >> sure, michael and i went to cruising miami as c trade. it is a the international cruise conference where all the ports around the world attend and their lines and they send their presidents and executive directors who make a point to meet with many of us from the ports and they also do an industry panel and some
monica crowley. jim pinkerton the american conservative magazine and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> we've got to get past some of the rhetoric that gets perpetuated, that breaks down trust and is so over the top that it just shuts down on discussion. and it's important for all of us when we hear that kind of talk to say, hold on a second. you know, if there are any folks who are out there right now who are gun owners and you've been hearing, osomeone's taking your guns, get the facts. >> we're saying it louder enforced gun laws are not doing it. put armed security in the schools. fix the mental health system, the media may not like it, they're screaming to the rafters for the gun ban agenda, i think the american public are seeing through it saying i don't want that imposed on me. >> jon: president obama in colorado trying to regain last momentum trying to get the gun laws passed and in response, wayne lapierre. and it's been pretty much one-sided in the media, case in point. >> a texas senator ted cruz who won't let the senate
york joint terrorism task force and also joined by the former state department spokesman, p.j. crowley. you're involved in the investigation with the bombing of the uss coll in yemen, the al qaeda plot. describe the scene. what are they looking at? >> these are still photographs and video they have been able to obtain from various sources, department stores, individuals, television stations, and this is figuring prominently in to the investigation. it was reported earlier today that the photographic evidence is what has led to the identification of a person. it is important now to not jump the gun. there's a lot of difference between identifying somebody in terms of -- you can see them is a male carrying a backpack versus having a name, address, social security, identification .umber, a birthday days are two different things, knowing what someone looks like an -- these are two different things, some on the site and knowing who's someone is. >> are they going through the pictures frame by frame? are they looking at a particular angle? >> this is the starting point that takes you from th
for a big win today. from flagstaff, arizona, please welcome matt crowley-miano. hey, matt. [cheers and applause] a human guinea pig. what--is that with doctors, or what does that mean, "human guinea pig"? >> yeah, when i was in college, just to make a little bit of extra money, i would participate as a test subject in experiments, and so-- >> like, what kind of experiments? >> i'd get jammed into mri tubes. they'd give me injections-- maybe super powers. [laughs] the most fun one i had, they were testing the genetics of alcohol tolerance, so they brought me into the hospital, they gave me a lot of booze, and then they gave me some money at the end. >> really? >> yeah. >> now, that's my kind of experiment. [cheers and applause]rmined whae by giving you all that alcohol? at what point you could not tolerate any? because that could be dangerous, actually. >> i don't remember. [laughter] >> and i also understand that you-- to relieve some of your tension when you're--you know, things get--and they get tense on this show-- you break out into dance. is that correct? >> i do, yeah. i was
will analyze with crowley and colmes. >> karma it costs us over $100,000. it is sleek, it is sentous. the car is broken. it doesn't move. >> bill: the u.s.a. is kiss another $200 million good by as yet another government boondoggle collapses, the fisker car. john stossel has the facts. >> i'm celebrating the fact that margaret thatcher is dead. >> bill: once again, vicious behavior on the far left. >> maggie, imaginey, maggie, dead, dead, dead. >> bill: some goons are glad lady thatcher is no longer on this earth. >> that woman made my youth a misery. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ snet >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the u.s.a. and mickey mouse, that is is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the death of 70-year-old anete funicello yesterday a red flag to the baby boom generation. anete gained fame at age 13 much as one of the leading members of the iconic mickey mouse club. >> "roll call." >> anete. >> mouseketeers we want to say hello and for all of you to see us every day you are ok
have a proposal they'll announce this week. candy crowley, anchor of state of the union is here. candy be you talked with two of those senators today, marco rubio and john mccain. let's listen to their plan. >> i think my other seven colleagues have done a great job. i'm guardedly optimistic that we will see finally the end of this long, long trek that a lot of us have been on for many years. >> you're going to have to be in the system at least ten years plus -- plus -- all these enforcement things happen before we give you access to apply for the legal immigration system. we're not awarding anybody anything. all we're doing is giving people the opportunity to eventually earn access to our new, improved and modernized legal immigration system. >> so candy, what's the time frame here? >> well, the time frame for citizenship, they'll tell you, will be at least 13 years because there's various steps. the timetable for a green card, which would allow someone to work in the country legally while paying taxes, et cetera, would be 10 years, at least. let me tell you what i think the stishging
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. the "a-team" tells us whether that is wishful thinking or outstanding prognostication. monica crowley to more robbers chairman, fred barnes. these three are no strangers to prognostication. it will be right back. ♪ thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing llions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. ♪ lou: jet blue as, hillary clinton hitting the speaker circuit and the dallas area. spanking new presidential library. some are billing this as a preview of 2016. i personally think it is a little more like rerun of 1992, 1980, 32 years with either a clinton or bush and the white house seems like a powerful, powerful lot of folks being clinton and bush and just about enough for me. joining us now, the "a-team." you will find that what they think. fox news contributor monica crowley,
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. welcome to "hannity." i'm monica crowley in for sean. here is what learned for the past 24 hours. late last night, suspect number 2, dzhokhar tsarnaev, was transferred from the hospital to a federal prison medical center about 40 miles away from boston. meanwhile, according to the associated press, u.s. officials added the bombing suspect's mother's name to a federal terrorism database 18 months before the deadly attack. and today lawmakers told fox news that the mother has now become a, quote, person of interest. fox news also spoke to the mother directly and she said she is not planning to come to the u.s., but that her ex-husband might. she said the suspect's father was being taken to a hospital in moscow to deal with his, quote, nerves, head, stomach and elevated blood pressure. but she isn't the only family member that's raising concern. according to the weekly standard, law enforcement is questioning what role, if any, tamerlan's wife, kimberly russell, had, in regard to the bombings. she contacted her husband by phone after the f.b.i. released the surveillance video of the suspe
house correspondents' din. >>> the person she wants to meet is candy crowley. char main come out out. the highlight is getting a picture with the first lady and the president of the united states. char main, rachel maddow is who she admires because she likes her point of view on politics. jobena fortson admires you and as she was telling me that, anna winter walked in the room and she said she is so beautiful and looks so good. i said anna winter always looks good. come on out. madill. ashley told me she loves anybody from vice because she loves documentaries. vince dickson. loves anything local news. and those of us know local news. a good choice. the first lady said make sure you can see ashley. amara ray men admires you david. he loves everything that you do. and omar knows margaret brennan, too. that is also good. university of missouri, from columbia. ricia chinn is a big fan of maria bardoromo. yan lu loves all things 60 minutes. hello to you. at our table is sy sitting next to charlie rose. we asked what he really wants in this country and he says he wants a profile on 60 minu
're joined by p.j. crowley, fo now a professor at george washington university. and here in new york, jonathan alter for "the bloomberg news." the nuclear plant that today announced its ground re-opening. what possible purpose would there be for reactivating that plant aside from developing a nuclear weapon? >> well, the other factor would be it's putting back on the table an operation for which it had been rewarded in the past. the moth balling, as you say, of yeongbeyong came as the united states under the bush administration took north korea off the terrorism list. so putting this plant back in play in the north korean psychology, you know, would be saying, well maybe they'll come back and offer something to turn it off again. i think we should be cautious about that. obviously former secretary of defense bob gates famously said we shouldn't buy the same horse more than once. >> indeed. john, is it possible that any of this nuclear weaponry could escape from north korea, perhaps to iran? a recent piece in the "wall street journal" observed, and i'm quoting, "north korea has alread
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